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Planet X / Nibiru SPT Disclosures - May 2008 Report

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Uploaded on May 28, 2008

NOTICE TO OUR VIEWERS: This is our last Planet X disclosure analysis. We stand by our reporting and encourage you to become self-informed.-Marshall Masters

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PLEASE DOWNLOAD THIS VIDEO: Note, the NibiruShock2012 account was closed by the impostor but copies of the first two videos were re-posted by another user. They match with what we have.

Nibiru/Planet X photos taken January 2008
http://youtube.com/watch?v=2835QkjzaEQ

Nibiru/Planet X update February 1 2008
http://youtube.com/watch?v=XJb0Uu0_HP8

This summary video discusses the events surrounding two very short-lived YouTube disclosure videos. Both revealed images of Planet X that were sourced to the South Pole Telescope (SPT) in Antarctica.

Since our last major South Pole Telescope disclosure analysis article in April titled, First Two Planet X SPT Leaked Image Videos by NibiruShock2012 Now Seen as Highly Credible we've noticed the following three trends:

* Frequency and number of disclosures.
* More heavy-handed disinformation attacks.
* Whistle blowers are falling on their swords.

As the frequency and pace of disclosures increases, the disinformation attacks are becoming more heavy-handed. Back in March of this year, the disinformation was being played with the sophistication of a championship chess match, and the moves were played with finesse. However, this month this chess game has evolved into a bizarre Internet version of Whack 'em All.

Supporting Analysis Articles
http://yowusa.com/planetx/2008/planet...

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